EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITY

The Town of Cornwall is hiring an Event & Administration Coordinator. Please see attached job description for more details. EVENT & ADMINISTRATION COORDINATOR Deadline for applications is June 22, 2018

PROGRAMS

SUMMER 2018 PROGRAM & EVENT FLYER

Click here” to see our new Summer Guide

 

SUMMER CAMP 2018

2018 SUMMER CAMP GUIDE

CORNWALL LIBRARY JUNE EVENTS

 

 

ONLINE PROGRAM REGISTRATION

https://app.bookking.ca/CornwallPEIPub/

COMMUNITY HAPPENINGS

SENIOR’S LUNCH – No Senior’s Lunch during the summer….will return in September

 

 

LIME DISEASE

Lyme disease is a serious illness caused by the bite of an infected blacklegged tick. Blacklegged ticks can be active throughout much of the year, however your risk of a tick bite is highest in spring and summer.

The Public Health Agency of Canada (PHAC) would appreciate your help in raising awareness about this important health issue. Please feel welcome to pass this information on to your organization’s members, post on your website, and share through social media or on bulletin boards.

What you can do:

– wear light coloured long-sleeved shirts and pants to spot ticks more easily
– tuck your shirt into your pants, and pull your socks over your pant legs
– use bug spray containing DEET or Icaridin on your skin and clothing (always follow the directions on the label)
– shower or bathe within two hours of being outdoors to facilitate a prompt tick check and to remove ticks that have not attached yet
– do a daily full-body check for ticks on yourself, your children, and pets
– if you find an attached tick, remove it with tweezers immediately. Removing it within 24-36 hours can help prevent infection
– see your health care provider right away if you develop symptoms of Lyme disease in the weeks after a tick bite

For more information, including symptoms, treatment, and safe removal of ticks, visit Canada.ca/Lymedisease. You may also check out our awareness resources, including videos, posters, and infographics.

Suggested Posts and Tweets:

– Learn how to help prevent Lyme disease at Canada.ca/Lymedisease.
– Find out about safe removal of ticks at Canada.ca/Lymedisease.

Follow us: You may also follow us on Facebook, Twitter, and YouTube.

Thank you for helping to spread the word!

YOUTH DROP IN CENTRE

Youth Drop In Centre Mon-Fri 2:30pm – 6pm starting Mon, Oct 2nd

West River United Church (basement) Cornwall Rd

For more info contact Kara programs@cornwallpe.ca

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REMINDER FOR RESIDENTS

Just a friendly reminder for residents to lock their vehicles at night. If you see any suspicious activity please contact the RCMP.

DOG TAGS

Stop into Town Hall & get you FREE dog tags

OFFICE HOURS

Effective Monday, May 28th,  Town Office hours will be 8:00am – 4:00pm Monday to Friday

 

MONTHLY COUNCIL MEETINGS

Monthly Council Meetings are the 3rd Wednesday of the month 7:30pm Cornwall Town Hall.

All welcome!

MAYOR’S MESSAGE

It is an honour to have been elected as your Mayor, and I look forward to working with Council and residents over the next four years to ensure our Town is a great place to live.

I invite you to take the time to view the website for more information on all that the Town has to offer. Each Department has developed an overview on what their responsibilities are, and we keep an open door policy, so please don’t hesitate to contact myself or the staff at Town Hall with any questions or concerns.

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Warmest Regards,

Minerva McCourt Mayor

TERRY FOX TRAIL ENHANCEMENT

Check out the beautiful Terry Fox Trail Enhancement Project!!

Terry Fox Trail Enhancement

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